01. The Promised Land 02. Sugaree 03. Me And My Uncle 04. "Don't sit on that back wall..." 05. Tennessee Jed 06. Black Throated Wind 07. Bird Song 08. Beat It On Down The Line 09. Mississippi Half-Step 10. Playing In The Band 11. Casey Jones
Disc #2: Set Two part 1: 53:09
01. Bertha 02,03. El Paso 04. Brown Eyed Women 05. Mexicali Blues 06. China Cat Sunflower > 07. I Know You Rider 08. Truckin' 09. Loser
Disc #3: Set Two part 2: 56:06 01. Crowd/tuning 02. He's Gone > 03. The Other One > 04. Wharf Rat 05. Johnny B. Goode 06. "We're gonna take another break..."
Disc #4: Set Three: 62:03
01. //Cold Rain And Snow 02. Sugar Magnolia 03. Crowd/tuning 04. Deal 05. Jack Straw 06. Ramble On Rose 07. Rockin' Pneumonia & The Boogie Woogie Flu 08. Not Fade Away > 09. Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad > 10. Not Fade Away
The band is still on stage when the tape breaks off. There must have been at least one more tune.
Promised Land thru Tennessee Jed:
unknown AUD source #1, A grade AUD
Black Throated Wind thru Mississippi Halfstep:
unknown AUD source #2, B grade AUD
1:42 of The Other One & the last 0:29 of Sugar Mag:
unknown AUD source #3, B grade AUD
Playin In The Band, Casey Jone, and NFA > GDTRFB > NFA:
unknown SBD source
Uploads & project coordination: Jim Powell
Patches and final mastering: Dave Greenberg
Special thanks to Jack Warner, Hugh Barroll and Steve Fukawa.
Encoding: EAC(secure) > mkwact > SHN(seekable) by Matt Vernon
This tape should be taken down. It is seriously inferior to the GEMS composite SBD + AUD posted elsewhere. Don't waste your time, insult your ears & the Dead's music by listening to this.
March 13, 2020 Subject:
It was a hot day and the Dead played and including their break the time ran around 7 hours. As I waited to get in one gate a gut started scaling the flagstone portals. He made it to the top where hands reached to help him over but they did not connect and he fell. Landing just a few feet from me onto hot asphalt (better than concrete) it was a sickening sound. He was tossed into an ambulance and I proceeded into the stadium just as Me and My Uncle began. At songs end Bob Weir announces to those up in the high seats to be careful as someone had fallen off but Bob did not know what actually happened.
The show was great despite the heat.
September 4, 2015 Subject:
Although the first set sound is real rough, this treatment is an improvement on the previous uploaded version. And the second set is just freakin crystal. Wild, exciting show, elegantly played, with 2nd set sound like a clear bronze bell.
October 7, 2013 Subject:
Really nice 'Chinacat Sunflower' w/ a great 'I Know You Rider! Sound switches to SBD at 'Playing in the Band' and stays decent enough through NFA. first 9 songs are terrible. Sounds like it was a great show to be at. They played Berkeley, Eugene and Boulder in a little over a weeks time.... Good Vibrations
September 2, 2009 Subject:
Correct day or no...
Sick show, one of the best Casey Jones I've heard in a while...makes me want to sing "DRIVIN' THAT TRAIN, HIGH ON COCAINE!!!" At the top of my lungs, thought i'm sitting in a library right now...LOL Good sound quality for the era...5 stars cuz anything less would be misleading.
September 2, 2009 Subject:
Correct Date is 1972-09-03 !